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World of Goo for iPhone and iPod Touch devices is almost everything fans of the original could want and those who are yet to try out this puzzling feast will be blown away by the deep, touching gameplay that grips you until the end; an easy must buy.
If there was any platform that was a perfect match for The World of Goo, both aesthetically and physically, it's the iPhone and iPod Touch. The controls are perfectly implemented and the gameplay is incredibly involving, so much so that you are invested in the survival of the cute little Goo balls. Puzzles are thoughtfully designed and the narrative slowly begins to delight the player as the game progresses. You are looking at about 7 to 9 hours of game time to polish off the nearly 50 levels, an extremely excellent deal at $2.99, especially compared to most console releases (Portal 2, I'm looking at you this week). Don't hesitate to download The World of Goo for the iPhone if you love puzzlers or simply well-polished games.
World of Goo constitue l’un des meilleurs jeux de réflexion de ces dernières années et l’on ne peut que se féliciter de le voir débarquer sur de nouvelles plates-formes pour toucher un public plus large.
IGN gave World of Goo a near-perfect score on WiiWare. I'm seconding that praise for the iPhone edition. World of Goo is a brilliant puzzle game that was seemingly made to be played on a touch screen, as it's so easy -- so second-nature -- to use your finger to drag the little goo balls around to create towers, bridges, escape routes, and more. Like Osmos
before it, there is just something about using actual touch to control this game...not to get too feely-feely about it, but it creates a real connection between you and the action.
Au final, World Of Goo s'avère un jeu d’exception qui marquera les joueurs, de par les émotions apportées au joueur et aussi le gameplay intuitif. Il trouvera facilement son public, et c'est une preuve vivante qu'il ne suffit pas d'avoir beaucoup d'argent pour faire une merveille vidéoludique. Si vous ne l'avez pas encore essayé, vous êtes considéré comme Hors-la-loi... Allez donc tout de suite vous le procurer !